A castle in Normandy

Posted on Mon, 4 Apr 2016 by KiM

Over a year ago I featured a beautifully restored 19th century castle in Normandy, and came across it again the other day. Turns out it was designed by Elodie Sire of D.mesure and there were more photos on her website. A bit feminine and a touch of goth, featuring stained glass, herringbone hardwood, cement tiles, girly wallpaper and all sorts of vintage and mid-century furniture, it is eclectic at its best. The white dining room has me a bit perplexed, but that hardly matters as I am lost in the photo of the foyer above.

julie says:

Heinous everything…terrible to do this to a beautiful building

Inny Dhla says:

Gotta say Julie, I agree with you. Why buy a period house and make it look like a mid century tag sale?

Ashley says:

I love it! So fun and whimsical, love the contrasts and bold clashes.

Axie says:

Nicely done updating of this old castle- love the woodwork details! And that entry- love it!

ombia says:

Love this mix. Except for the yellow-ish bathroom.

Stella says:

Ouside gorgeous! !!! Inside. No words –

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